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A$AP Rocky’s “At. Long. Last. A$AP” Wins Sales Race with 117K (Updated)

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Update: A first week sales total of 117,000 powers A$AP Rocky’s “At. Long. Last. A$AP” to the #1 spot on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart.

While down from the 139,000 mark achieved by predecessor “Long. Live. A$AP,” the total provides the new album with comfortable separation from the rest of the pack.

“At. Long. Last.” also tops the consumption-oriented Billboard 200. With Track Equivalent Album (10 single sales = 1 album sale) and Streaming Equivalent Album (1500 single streams = 1 album sale) data included, the album boasts a first week consumption total of 146,000 units.

The Billboard 200’s top ten follows:
1) A$AP Rocky – At. Long. Last. A$AP – 146K total units (117K from pure sales)
2) Taylor Swift – 1989 – 70K total units
3) Boosie Badazz – Touch Down 2 Cause Hell – 64K total units (59K from sales)
4) Pitch Perfect 2 – 51K total units
5) Hillsong United – Empires – 50K total units (47K from sales)
6) twenty one pilots – Blurryface – 38K total units
7) Ed Sheeran – x – 35K total units (18K from sales)
8) Meghan Trainor – Title – 34K total units
9) 50 Shades of Grey – 30K total units
10) Furious 7 – 30K total units (6K from sales)

With a total that nearly doubles that of its closest competitor, A$AP Rocky’s “At. Long. Last. A$AP” comfortably wins the weekly sales race.

According to Hits Daily Double, the rapper’s sophomore album moved approximately 116,131 copies during its first week of release. While Billboard’s final data will differ slightly, such disparity will not impact the ultimate conclusion: “At. Long. Last. A$AP” was the May 25-31 tracking week’s best-selling album, and it will debut atop the Billboard Top Album Sales chart.

Released in 2013, predecessor “Long. Live. A$AP” moved 139,000 first-week copies. It also topped the sales chart.

With Track Equivalent Album (10 single sales = 1 album sale) and Streaming Equivalent Album (1500 single streams = 1 album sale) data included, “At. Long. Last” claims a weekly consumption total of ~143,483 units. That will earn it the #1 position on the revamped Billboard 200.

Other top performers from a pure sales standpoint: Boosie Badazz’ “Touch Down 2 Cause Hell” (~53,474 sales), Hillsong United’s “Empires” (~42,609), “Pitch Perfect 2” (~35,979) and Taylor Swift’s “1989” (~34,248).

Other top performers from a total consumption standpoint: “1989” (~73,079 total units), “Touch Down 2 Cause Hell” (~56,329), “Pitch Perfect 2” (~47,453) and “Empires” (~46,246).

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

Brian's reporting has been cited by major websites like BuzzFeed, Billboard, the New Yorker and The Fader -- and shared by celebrities like Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj.

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